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SA2 OECD Indicators: Income, Inequality and Financial Stress 2011

This table contains estimates of Incomes (Median Equivalised, Median Disposable), Poverty (using the proportion of people below a half median equivalised disposable household income poverty line), Inequality (using the Gini coefficient) and financial stress (Had no access to emergency money, Can't afford a night out once a fortnight and Leaving low income from benefit). Leaving low income from benefit is the gross earning (expressed as a percentage of average full time earnings) required for a family to reach a 60% of median household income threshold from benefits of last resort (State welfare payments or income support). All estimates were derived using a spatial microsimulation model which used the Survey of Income and Housing and the 2011 Census data as base datasets, so they are synthetic estimates. This table forms part of the AURIN Social Indicators project.

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Source https://portal.aurin.org.au
Last Updated September 6, 2019, 00:08 (UTC)
Created February 22, 2017, 02:26 (UTC)
License Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International (CC BY-NC 4.0)
AURIN Open API ID aurin:datasource-UC_NATSEM-UC_NATSEM_natsem_natsem_tb5_8_social_indicators_income_synthetic_estimates_geometry
Aggregation Level sa2
Attribute List % Cant afford a night out (Synthetic Data), % with no access emergency money (Synthetic Data), Gini Coefficient (Synthetic data), Leaving low income from benefit (Synthetic Data), Median Disposable Income (Synthetic Data), Median Equivalised Disposable Income (Synthetic Data), Poverty Rate (Synthetic Data), SA2 ID, SA2 Name, Standardised % with no access emergency money (Synthetic Data), Standardised Can't afford a night out (Synthetic Data), Standardised Gini Coefficient (Synthetic Data), Standardised Leaving low income from benefit (Synthetic Data), Standardised Median Disposable Household Income (Synthetic Data), Standardised Median Equivalised Household Income (Synthetic Data), Standardised Poverty Rate (Synthetic Data)
Attribution University of Canberra - National Centre for Social and Economic Modelling, (2011): SA2 OECD Indicators: Income, Inequality and Financial Stress 2011; accessed from AURIN on [date of access].<br><br>When using these data in published research, the authors need to include the following attribution in the text:<br>'These estimates are produced by NATSEM's Spatia Microsimulation model, which is described further in Tanton et al (2011)'<br><br>and the following in the bibliography:<br>Tanton, R., Vidyattama, Y., Nepal, B., & McNamara, J. (2011). Small area estimation using a reweighting algorithm. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A (Statistics in Society), 174(4), 931-951. DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-985X.2011.00721.x
Coordinate Ref. System EPSG:4283 (GDA_1994)
Copyright Notice © University of Canberra - National Centre for Social and Economic Modelling 2011
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